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Re: memory behavior to expect with gjdoc-0.7.6

From: Robert Lougher
Subject: Re: memory behavior to expect with gjdoc-0.7.6
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 15:55:07 +0000


On 12/5/05, Mark Wielaard <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Frederick,
> On Sun, 2005-12-04 at 21:26 -0500, Frederick C Druseikis wrote:
> > I'm using gjdoc-0.7.6 to test a new port of JamVM-1.4.1 +
> > classpath-0.19 on OpenBSD.  I'm trying to get gjdoc to do all the
> > classpath documentation.  gjdoc makes a lot of progress (it's
> > outputting stuff), but blows off by hitting an upper memory limit.
> >
> > My question is this: Should I expect that gjdoc will need to use > 1GB
> > per process virtual memory? How big?  (This may be transparently
> > satisfied on Linux; on OpenBSD I have to recompile the kernel. Bummer.)
> Running gjdoc over all of GNU Classpath at once is pretty memory
> intensive. I don't have a setup at this moment using jamvm. But a
> natively compiled (with gcj) gjdoc seems to have a top virtual memory
> usage of just above 300MB. So 1GB seems a bit much. But try generating
> documentation first of just one or two subpackages to see if that works.

Could you also run JamVM with -verbose:gc and send me the output? 
I've never ran gjdoc myself, but I'll have a look at running it to see
what happens on my setup.



> Cheers,
> Mark
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